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by Karen S. Fredricks

ePub ACT! 2006 For Dummies download
Karen S. Fredricks
For Dummies; 2nd edition (December 12, 2005)
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Karen S. Fredricks has implemented ACT! for businesses ranging from sole practitioners to Fortune 500 companies and has written software manuals on ACT!. She established and runs a large ACT! user group. Paperback: 416 pages. Start reading ACT! by Sage For Dummies on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

Contact management software (CRM) like ACT! are extremely valuable tools that can save you time and money. ACT! is easy to set up and takes little time to create a database, however, it is also a little bit more complex to understand than ordinary software.

ACT! 2006 For Dummies is the friendly new guide to the latest version of ACT! This straightforward, plain-English book shows you the fun and easy way to consolidate, view, and edit all contacts from your company and your life. Providing you with a general overview of ACT! and the basics, you will have the tools you need to:

Add, duplicate, and delete contacts Remodel and customize lists and tabs Perform contact searches Work with ACT! notes and histories Schedule your activities Share, design, and merge your reports Create contact fields Customize your layout Maintain and back up databases Administer your database Integrate ACT! with Microsoft Take advantage of exciting opportunities Work with ACT! Premium on the Web

Packed with both ACT! 2006 and ACT! Premium features for the Web as well as tips for making ACT! work better for you, this is the ultimate reference to cleaning up your ACT and reaching your life and business’ full potential!

  • ACT! is the most robust CRM on the market today, and this manual was written as most the bugs were worked out. I still use this manual with the current version (ACT! 2013), and I still feel it's relevant.

    I bought this manual in 2009 when my company lost the OEM manual for ACT! I thought this explained the CRM much better to the point that I became the ACT! expert at my job. The manual is written very generically/global, so almost any industry could fit its needs into the CRM. I think it explains the Opportunities section (probably most under-utilized, but powerful section of ACT!).

    Today's ACT! has a web based version to keep up with, but everyone knows that the desktop version is much more robust and faster than the web version. There was no Web version in 2006, but the web version translates almost identically to the standalone program version, only slower.

    I've read the manual cover-to-cover and I thought it could be shorter.

  • I never used this product. I did buy it, but never used it. It wasn't what I thought it would be.

  • ACT 2006 is a great book if you are new to ACT and have an IT department to handle the techie stuff.

    It's well written. It just didn't go into near enough detail for me.